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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

TRIED THEM DOUBTINGLY. ' I was out of sorts through irregulaiity of the bowels and constipation,' writes Mr. Thomas Rodda, Ouse, Tas. 'Seeing an advertisement on Chamberlain's Tablets I decided to try them, but did so doubtingly, as eo many medicines had failed. The re sult was so satisfactory that I now carry a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets in iny pocket wherever I go.' For sale by F. Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Raymond Ter race, J F. Wade, Bullahdelah,, and all dealers in medicines.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. RAYMOND TERRACE MARKETS. E. WINDEYER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Commercial* RAYMOND TKTmOB MARKETS. E. WlNDHYKll's BUPOU'I'. E^j'a — la 6d to Is 7d por dnzon. Bonus — la Id to Is (id por ponlc Peas— Is 7d to is 1-1 por puck 1 'L'oumtoea — Iri lo (Id pnt' pczon . _ Cabbage— 2a to Us (id por dozi;ii PeaohoB— fjil per dozen Grupos — Id to 3d por lb. Potatoes — Is Gd to 2s per quarter * Applos — 4d to 6d por dozen Onions— Id par lb Pumpkins— 3s to 7s por dozon Cucumbers — 2d to 7d per dozen . MelonB -2a fid to 9a per dozon '? Poultry— Roosters la fid to da 7d. lions 2s 2d to 2a Od, ducks 2s 8d to 3a 2d per pair. Pigs— We sold for J. Edatein 3 at 35s, W Towers, juu., 2 nt 17a Gd, C. R. Smith 4 at 23s, A. J. Swebeclc 2 at Os 3d, A. J. Windoyor-4-ut-lOs Gd, Mrs, P. Foot '1 at 10a.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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CUTWORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Cutworms. Small worms or grubs, which were described as about 1|- inches long, and of a clay colour, and which de stroy vegetables, etc., were undoubt edly 'cutworms,' said the assistant entomologist. Poisoned . bait, made by mixing 1 oz. Paris green with 1 lb. bran or pollard, while dry, and then making the whole into a mash with a little water and a teaspoonful of salt, and then worked into little pillets and dropped among the plants attacked ; the grub^will de the rest. Arsenate of lead can also be sprayed on the' plants. .... ... ? Aphis in Cabbage. For aphis in cabbage, if available plenty of Water will generally reduce the aphis, but where this is not prac ticable spraying with a weak kero sene emulsion is recommended ; many minute things that escape the naked eye, such as larval aphis, cnbbage moth, grubs and so. forth, will be destroyed ' if young cabbage plants are dipped overhead in tobacco aud soap wash, or a weak kerosene emul sion just before they are set out.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

MAITLAND STOCK SALES. A fairly- large supply of cattle was yarded at the Maitland fat stock sales on Monday, consist ing of a fair proportion of medium to good bul locks, the balance being rough nnd inferior sorts. There were about the usual numbor of. cows. The innrket wa& brisk at improved values. Frime bullocks sold from JE9 10a to .£10 5s, Rood .£8 10s. to £9 5s, medium £0 1 5s to £7 19a, interior from £5. Primo cow a .sold from ?£(! 10s to .£7 14s. good £o 5s to JE6 5a, mediuui from XI 5b, inferior from . £3. .- '????? ? ????? - - Pat calves wero in li^hfc supply, and comprised principally rough and medium sorts. Prime were scarce. Tho market was a strong one, and values allowed an advance on late firm quota tions. 'Beat quality made to 100a, heavy 'weights to 134a. good, to '758, modjjjtfi to 50a,' light to 803; Pigs were fairly -ploamuTlTfttiofljr g55d^l}1T31ity' porkers, for. which improved rates wero obtained. Baconets were- unaltered, but stores and slips, owing to...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Pests EEL WORMS OR GALL WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Garden Pests Eel Wokms or Gall Worms. This pest has been mentioned, pre- viously in the 'Notes,' but the Bureau of Microbiology, reporting on some specimens received, made one or two suggestions that may prove t-ugge^tive to those troubled with them. Ireatment of the soil is rendered the more difficult by the fact that many eggs may be protected by the roots of plants in which they have been JaicL ??^JiruTTJ tkejs .. may fl^be 'touched by the treatment on accoant of the tough, resistant case in which the young develop. A secoud~treat incnt is therefore advisable. Vari ous things have been experimented with, such as (1) lime, (2)naptha line, aud (3) sulphate of potash— 4 cwt. to the acre. The last is perhaps the most economical treatment. Whern irrigation can be resorted to, flooding the soil for some days is most beneficial, and for seed beds saturation with a solution of crude carbolic, 1 in 20, or formalin, 1 in 200, is very useful, though too ex pensive for large areas. A second ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

-V ? .:? ? :? ? Always SPECIALS In Eyeqr . Department ? 4 ? F. PILGRiM (Late Richardson & Scully), RAYMOND TERRACE. r /-./pV, \ j ^ - ' »1 * ^ H , »?*/ d, ' , . ? ?? ?=;.?' -,: --v - j l~ *' - ?? ' i mm ;i,-r ? ? I; . ' - ? l I Important Business | I Announcement. | jjj To the Public of Raymond Terrace and Surrounding Districts, 4| Having taken over the Business lately carried on by. Mrs. Harwood, it is my M intention to open in connection therewith ' IL I AN OPTICAL CONSULTING ROOM, f jg Where the Eyes of all may be Scientifically Tested FREE, and Glasses supplied at |L 1 SYDNEY PRICES. . | -'-M. All Eye Troubles, such as Defective^ision, Short ?Sifjjaks^in.t, Etc., can be |K 1 remedied by the use of properly-fi^'cfBlasses, jsifich I can gupantee to supply^after a % Testing the Sight, Clips of all kinds- are stocked in large quantities; 1 : ? ~.jp M All persons requiring Accurately Adjusted Spectacles for. 4he proper correction %? I and preservation of their Vision should c...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

? I FEDERAL SH0EING FORGE . J- M^imEY, frwftw FARPiIEK AND 1ENERAL blacksmith 1 William-street, Raymond Terrace. All BrancheB of Work Ex»Jsuted, including Wheolwrighting of every Description. Implement and General 'Maginnerjr Repairs. ^ . .... -J: . Tiring by Up to-d^to Machinery.- A ; * -' ?' /' ' ' ' Also Agent for The New Zealand Insurance Company, Ltd.—Pir0i Marine, Accident, and Live. Stock. ' ^ ?Farmers, ensure your Brood Maves. against loss. . - ]f|pt fFootoids wmp * Headache, Indigestion. I jPp.ellglitfu.1 Family Medicine | TJp-to-Date Coach Painting. ? JmA. E. Cragg Coacb Painter and Trimmer, \yfUJAM, STREET, RAYMOND TERRACE. ALL CLASSES OF VEHICLES PAINTED, TRIMNED, AND REPAIRED. SIGN WR1TIN G, 'ETC., DONE. 'WHATEVER YOU AEE, BE IT.' 0 0 0 0 0 9 Haviug been specially trained to the Eogmeering, Machinery, and Hardware Trade, the Originator of our business a good many years ago became convinced that this district waB in need of, and could support, a business specially devote...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION 'For the past 20 years,'.' pays Mr. It. IJnrrison, grocer, Parrauiatta Road and Catherine-street, Leichhardt-, N.Sp.W. ' I have been a sufferer from, diarrhoea, and although I have tried doctors' prescriptions have found nothing relieve me hlie Cham berlain's Colic aud Dinrrhcea Remedy. I always keep a bottle for tuy owu use at my private residence and at tny store.'' - IW ?sale by Ii\ Pilgrim and Leo. Delarue, Riy 'tnuud Terrace, J. F Wade, BulkLcelab, iiud nil dealers iu qiedicin®.',

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL: Free Presbyterian Church.— Diviue ser vice next Sabbath East Maitland 11, llayraond Terrace 3, JNelsba's PiaiuB 7.30. .Rev. W. N7 Wilson. Deutist T. G. King, Specialist in Painless Dentistry, High-street, West Maitland, will visit -Raymond Terrace every Thursday, and may be consulted at. rooms right opposite the Examiner Office. Hours, 9.30 a .in. till 4 p.m. Iced Fountain Drinks and Fresh Ice Cream daily at P. Kroliu's, King-street. Farmers aud Bacon Factories.— A uov, el. compulsory scheme has been insti tuted by the promoters of co-operative bacon factories in Victoria, in order to compel -members of : such ^organisations,: under pain of a . penalty , - to trade exclu sively with the factory iu whicli they ^re interested. A clause has been inserted; iu the articles of association which reads as follows: — ' Every shareholder shall guarantee to supply to the company all. the saleable fat pigs he owns, and any shareholder failing therein, or in keeping to his gua...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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BREED FROM MATURE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Breed From Mature Animals. A great many pig breedeis are not careful and skilful in selecting animals for breeding purposes (says a bulletin of - the Idaho experiment station, U.S.A.) Sows are some times bred at four or five months old, ana are permanently scuntea in con sequence. The young boar is far more popular than ho deserves. It is .certain that mature- animals are more efficient and- successful as pro ducers, and it is undoubtedly true ' that -oo many old boars, well known for success as breeders, are sold for breeding purposes at a sacrifice, or sent to slaughter on account of un popular size. Likewise old sows are the best breeders, and if still retaining their breeding powers should not be sacri ficed or replaced by young ones. The relative efficiency of old and young sows was tested at the Iowa experiment station, U.S.A. Fifteen sows, bred at eight mouths averaged seven and two-thirds pigs per litter, while sows bred at 24 months old averaged nine and six-tenth pigs. The...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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The Feeding of Figs. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

The Feeding of Figs. I Recently o references, have been made in these ' Notes' to the value of lucerne in the production of pork, and attention has turned to a paper written some years ago by the Prin cipal of Hawkesbury Agricultural . College, wherein he specifically indi- j cated its influence in t he development of the bony structure of all domestic animals, and the production of lean meat. ^ Lucerne, he said, is a cheap and reliable fodder for pigs in ;ill stages of their grow t , more especially for sows during the period between ser vice and farrowing; and for boars and young pigs when building up frame prior to fattening. 1 It has long been recognised that whilst whe ten bran provides an ex cellent food for cows in milk, its effect on pigs is distinctly different. Iu the dairy ration bran provides protein in a conveniently concen trated for 'xi. For the gig^jiS bes£, palatable as pasture and as hay, easily^digesteS and assimilated, and readily con verted into blood. ; During ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Heroic Deeds. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Heroic Deeds, [By CirAnuoa PiiiT/].'.] Whon 1 lioir ot bravo dtvjili that's done, ? TVs all tho s.iivie to 1110 Whether by Eniiliah, frinh. or Scotch, We'll cheor thorn thruo times three. We'll cheer tho Bona of England, Tho bravest of tho bravo. Who risked their lives and liberty To emancipate the -slave*. Wlmt Nelson did fnr Mnglnnd, lie won tho wide world's fame ; Tho children thul urn yet unbarn Will ne'er forgot his uamo Captain Scott and his bold comrades, Who have lo3t iheir lives of Into, Tho crowned heads of England . ' Will gain honour by thoir fate. Tlmy parted from their wivea and children dear ? O'er ico-bouud land to roam, And bid farewell to friends thoy lovod To And a land unknown, Tliier parting .-words and last farewell Wero to bid their wives no four, As they clasped their loving ban ds- And kissed awav u tour. . No man will know what tliey have done, - Or what hardships they wont through ; They detsrmined wore to find thtv fole Or bid'this world adieu. . to be th...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Dairy Farmers' Association of N.S. Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Dairy Farmers' Association j of N.S. Wales. A meeling of the executive of the above association was held at the office 114a Pitt-st. , Sydney, recently. There, were present ?— Messrs. R. Shepherd (Pre sident), D. Faulkner (Vice-President), F. A. Badgery (Hon. Treasurer), 15. C. J. Marks, H. Colley, and G. R. C. Davis (Gen. Sec). A letter was read troin the acting Secretary of the Queensland Farmers' Union and Victorian Rural Producers' Association, inviting the. association to send two representatives to a conference to be held in Sydney for the purpose of considering a scheme whereby producers' interests throughout the States will be consolidated In defending any proceed ings in the Federal Arbitration Court. The letter also stated that representatives had been invited from the Farmers' and Settlers' Association iu this State. As, a basis for Conference, a draft set of rules for the guidance of a defence committee was also enclosed. The invitation was accepted, and Messrs. Shepherd...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

? ? ? ? nn * .ii. .in 1 1 ' ^ | A WELL-KNOWN AUSTRALIAN EDITOR | | MR. C. G. GURR of the ' WEEKLY NEWS,' ADELAIDE, S.A., 1 WRITES THIS SPLENDID TESTIMONIAL TO THIS GREAT MEDICINE. 1 S CLEMENTS ? | '? TONIC J 1 I Mr. G. G, GURR is. one o( ;.tKe- foremoit scholarly writers q % *nd jourm»U»t« of Soulh Auitrtlis, and i» held in hijh etteem by his townj- -- U ? 7^' , men^in the Cify of Churches. He is one of th« ictivi member« of the party . § ' .jfl I'M , to which^ ^ he, belongs, and visits various p«rti .»f the Commonwealth in their | ? ' . ft- -^ \\\ WwmW WW'S interests. Here is an extract from his editorial, published Dec. 23rd, 1911: -.| , -... | ' CLEMENTS TONIC Has become a 1 | household word in all regulated liomes 1 f . from Australia to New Zealand. | | 'Few genuine reliable medicines | ? : suoh as this have erttained the vsolid | 4 repuiation -For effectiveness in the | j thorough restoration of healtlfi that | j CLEMENTS TONIC hasLaohieved. - ? 1 'ti 'Medical men use it with ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Earthquakes in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

Earthquakes iri New Zealand. A big earthquake occurred at Westport at about noou 011 Sunday; Other shocks followed, two hours later, accompanied with loud explosions, simi- -. ?lar. to the booming of artillery. The principal shock, at noon, was the severest iu the. history of the district. Shops, residenses, and all manner of ?? ?? buildings suffered considerable damage, practically every house -receiving some mishap. Pictures, furniture, crockery, and household utensils were- thrown vio lently down and smashed. .. A newly erected brick post -office was severely shaken and cracked, one of the wings being shifted half an inch. The postal employees were very much alarmed and rushed from the building. The damage to the shops_ and stores amounted to thousands of pounds. A chemist describing the scene in his pharmacy, said it resembled a hailstorm of bottles. In several roads, huge quan tities of earth, stones, rocks, etc., fell all , of a heap, completely impeding traffic. A remarkahle ...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIDEN BROS.' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

MAIDEN BBOS.' ltEFOHT. I Fat Pigs.— The market -yesterday was moder- ately supplied to a good attendance of buyers. - ; The demand was good for all prime aorta, moro so medium and light, weight porkers : B ickfatters wero largely over supplied and ruled dull. We strongly ad viae owners sending in any they limy have ready, liest backrattors are worth to 0O3, best baconers to 70a, aud beat porkeis to 3fis. We sold a large number of conaignmohta at top rates. Feb. 26th, 1913.

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butter — Specially flavored brands 93s, good second grade from 90s to 92s, other grades 82s to ] - 80s per cwt. \ Lucerne Hay.— :Loeal : Hunter River, prime dry green JE4 15s, good £-h 5s to £1 10a, small bales to i35 5a, aoft greon -S3 10a to ,£4 per ton. . Oaten Hay — Victorian, £7 per ton. ? fp Broom Millet — Prime long hurl .£28 to .£30, short and self working .£28 to J329, discolored and crooked .£20 to .£25 por ton*

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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THE RAYMOND TERRACE CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY AND PRODUCE CO., LIMITED. FACTORY REPORT FOR JANUARY, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

THE RAYMOND -rERRACE COOPERA TIVE DAIRY AND PRODUCE . CO.. LIMITED. FACTORY REPORT FOR JANU ARY, 1913. The butter market has been active and sales good, closing price being 96/- per cwt. ? ' The amount of butter manufactured for the month was 114 tons, for which cream suppliers were paid as follows : ; list to 4th, n^sd ; 6th to 25th,. lo^d.; 27th ? to 31st, ioj^d^ less working charges. The quantity of second class cream has at times been heavy, and is a direct loss to those dairies supplying it. The distributing branch established at - ifewcastle^sojpe mcptli3'~ ago* promises' S33ilion to -large -sales -? of ® - butter, good prices have been made for eggs and potatoes sent in by. suppliers. Aifcwas to have been expected, some diffi culties were experienced at the outset, but have now been surmounted. Pay £,? ments for produce sold on behalf of sup pliers are now made regularly twice a moath. The proposed bacon factory company, for which shares are bow being subscribed ] by intendin...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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The Antarctic Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 28 February 1913

The Antarctic Disaster. The loss of two members of l»r. Maw son's Antarctic expedition, following so closely, upon the. news of the death of Captain Scott and his four brave com rades, brings vividly before the mind the : danger and risks, which accompany the . men who attempt to. pry mto .Nature s secrets in the frozen Polar regions. This latest disaster. will strike Australians with peculiar force, -because the expedition was an Australian ode, the first which this country has sent out to the Antarctic. Dr. Mawson's object was purely scientific . and, as its programme did not include ? a da^h to the :JjnhospitaBle''Sbiith Pole, it was not expected that the risk would be so great as that incurred by Captain ^cott and his four jqompanions. But '''^Rience demands its toll, and notwith standing the serious losses of life, there will be brave auc1 adventurous men who \jujl be prepared to risk their lives in the attempt to learn- something of the nature - of those portions of the world,...

Publication Title: Raymond Terrace Examiner And Lower Hunter And Port Stephens Advertiser
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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser — 7 March 1913

: OHUSOH NOTICES; / Cll-URCII OF ENGLAND. Raymond Terrace, everv Sunday at 11 a.ui. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion on the first Sunday in each month, i ? . Millers Forest, 1st aud 3rd Sundays] at 8 -i in,, 2nd and 4th Sandaya at 3 p'.m . : Tom.igo, ou the 2nd Sunday in each month-' at 11 a.m., and on tlie 4tli Thursday at 7.30 p.m. On every 5th Sunday, Prayer and Holy Communion atll a.m. Sealmm, o'n the 1st and 3rd Sunday in each mouth at 8 p.m.

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